Instantly recover passwords to email, POP3 and IMAP accounts with Advanced Mailbox Password Recovery. The POP3 / IMAP Server Emulator recovers POP3 and IMAP passwords from any email client, including remote computers and mobile platforms.
Version: 1.11Instantly recover passwords to email, POP3 and IMAP accounts with Advanced Mailbox Password Recovery.
License: Free To Try
Operating System: Windows
The locally stored login and password information is recovered instantly and automatically from many popular email clients. The included POP3 / IMAP Server Emulator recovers POP3 and IMAP passwords from any email client ever developed, including remote computers and mobile platforms.
Supporting a variety of PC email clients, Advanced Mailbox Password Recovery is able to recover passwords instantly.
Offering instant password recovery to the users of Microsoft Internet Mail and News, Eudora, TheBat!, Netscape Navigator / Communicator Mail, Pegasus and Calypso mail, FoxMail, Phoenix Mail and IncrediMail, @nyMail, QuickMail Pro and MailThem, Opera mail, Kaufman Mail Warrior, Becky! and Internet Mail, Advanced Mailbox Password Recovery is a powerful password recovery tool already.
However, Advanced Mailbox Password Recovery is not limited to just these email clients, and offers an innovative way to recover POP3 / IMAP passwords in any email client ever developed, including remote computers and mobile platforms!
Forgot a password that protects POP3 / IMAP accounts on a mobile device such as a PDA, cell phone or Windows Mobile communicator? Recovering the lost password has never been easier!
Just replace the address of a POP3 / IMAP server on your communicator with the address of the PC running Advanced Mailbox Password Recovery, and its built-in POP3 / IMAP Server Emulator will capture and display the password on the computer in plain text the moment you make the communicator check for new mail.
Note, however, that you cant use Advanced Mailbox Password Recovery to hack into somebody elses email.
It recovers lost and forgotten passwords assuming that you have logged in to the system or have physical access to the mobile device.
Version 1.11: Bugfixes